On a Peaceful Sunday Morning...

Our story begins in 1962. That's when the old stone farmhouse located on the corner of Washington Avenue and Sycamore Street, and known as the headquarters of George Washington after his decisive victory at the battle of Trenton, was demolished to build a gas station... yes, a gas station.

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Incorporated in 1964, the NHA is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of Newtown's historical heritage.

Explore our 18th century inn, learn about Newtown's history and join us in preserving and celebrating our community.

Take a self-guided tour through the history of Newtown. 34 wayside markers feature sites from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Upcoming Events

General Membership Meeting

February 18 @ 7:30 pm

Kevin Kerchner will be sharing his knowledge and love of antiques. An avid collector for over 40 years, he will showing and discussing some of the more interesting items from his collection of early antiques.

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Annual Spring Cleanup

March 16 @ 8:30 am

We need people to help restore some luster to the many historical items and furnishings in the Half-Moon Inn. No experience is necessary!

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General Membership Meeting

March 18 @ 7:30 pm

Mercy Ingraham, an expert in open hearth cooking, will be speaking about historic cooking techniques

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The Edward Hicks Room

The Newtown Historic Association invites you back in time to experience the life of Newtown's most famous artist, Edward Hicks. The Edward Hicks Room displays many of the treasurers owned by Hicks during his lifetime. These items include a double-faced swinging sign portraying William Penn's Treaty with the Indians and Penn's Landing at Chester in 1844...learn more

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We invite you to sign up to stay informed of upcoming events, educational programs and community activities. Most are held in our historic Half Moon Inn, a tavern in the early days of Newtown, and are open to the public.

Join the celebration of our past and help ensure the preservation of our future.